PhD, 1968, New York University
MS, 1963, California Institute of Technology
BSc, 1961, University of Bombay
Member, National Academy of Science
The Patel lab applies crystallographic and solution NMR techniques to investigate macromolecular-mediated recognition, regulation, and catalysis. The major thrust of the lab is currently in the structural biology of RNA silencing and epigenetic regulation (histone and DNA methylation marks). Significant efforts are also under way toward a molecular understanding of RNA-mediated events involving riboswitches and ribozymes, as well as protein-RNA recognition events impacting on disease syndromes.
Read more about Prof. Patel’s research on the Sloan Kettering website